The Wounded Warrior Dogs Project is an exhibition of wooden dog sculptures created by Central Ohio craftsman James Mellick. This canine collection is meant to raise awareness of the sacrifice and needs of wounded veterans, with each dog representing a different military campaign, as well as the injuries that their human counterparts sometimes endure.
Host Charlene Brown visits with three Ohio Daughters of the American Revolution to learn more about the work they do in historic preservation and education. Join us for a conversation over tea and treats at the Upper Arlington location of La Chatelaine French Bakery and Bistro.
Curious Cbus producer Michael De Bonis answers the question, “Why are there two different streets in the North Linden area called Melrose Ave.?” What do you want to know about Central Ohio? Ask us at wosu.org/curious
Join WOSU Public Media producer and former Linden resident George Levert and current resident and activist DeLena Scales as they reminisce about Linden, both past and present. From Friday Night Lights to possible gentrification to measures to deal with infant mortality, Linden has seen challenges and celebrations and is poised for change.
In its 100-year history, St. Stephen’s Community House has helped individuals work toward self-sufficiency with assistance in education, employment, housing and childcare. Find out how a fish farm has become the latest innovative initiative in the community.